The weather will remain calm and sunny on Monday, despite a few episodes of gray weather in the morning in the northern regions, according to Météo-France forecasts.
On the northern third of the country, there will be frequent patches of gray in the morning, with patches of fog in places. The weather will improve quickly from the south during the day. In the afternoon, the fragmented greyness will only resist near the English Channel and the northern and northeastern borders.
Elsewhere, skies will generally be clear by dawn. To simply note rare and fleeting banks of fog on the South-West and maritime entries of low clouds on Roussillon which will disintegrate in the afternoon. A light southerly wind will blow on the Channel and Atlantic coasts, as well as a light autan wind in Occitania.
Temperatures will be stationary or gain 1 or 2 degrees. The minimums will range from -3 to 1 degree in general in the plains and from 2 to 6 by the sea.
The maximum will vary between 8 and 13 degrees on the northern half, between 12 and 17 in the south, with peaks at 18 degrees over the Basque Country and in Provence.